We toured the Fort.
|On the night of June 6, 19899 a fire broke out in the gunpowder magazine. Eventually it ignited 8,000 pounds of gunpowder. The explosion took down the northwest corner of the Fort.|
One of every 1,000 sea turtles survives to adult.
We enjoyed visiting with Jim around our fire pit.
Wednesday Feb.19 we registered for another night. It was 62 overnight. Before leaving home we thought we would go to Dauphin Island, AL. We realized this was similar and stayed another night instead of going there. Phil cleaned and waxed the RV. Jim and Sharon visited in the morning and again joined us around our fire pit in late afternoon. I defrosted the freezer. Doesn't take long. I took a walk to the beach. We visited with others from the Midwest. Time goes so fast.
On the road again Thursday Feb. 20 to the Naval Aviation Museum. It was 61 overnight. We toured the Hanger.
|At 10 am we took the Trolley Ride to see what planes they are restoring. this is the hanger where they work on them.|
We stayed overnight at Escapee's Rainbow Plantation, Summerdale, AL. While I was doing the laundry I had a interesting visit with one of the guys who stays here 6 months out of the year. He calls this the friendliest Escapees' Park.